Playing in the art-science petri dish

The end of the art-science divide is spurring a new renaissance of creative endeavour.
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Steve Durbach, Shrodinger’s Bird, UNSW 

There was a time when art and science appeared to function as two mutually exclusive zones, with people being forced to choose at an early age between what appeared to be vastly disparate disciplines. In fact, it wasn’t so much that people were forced to choose, but that they simply appeared to divide naturally into two groups: Those who did and those who didn’t. Science, that is. Or art. Depending on your point of view.

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Anne Phillips
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Anne Phillips is a communications consultant, writer and cultural omnivore helping organisations take their products and services to the world through innovative events and engaging content for websites, blogs and social media.  
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